Beyond the potential computational and measurement advantages offered by quantum technologies, in the last years is starting to develop an interest in studying these systems from an energetic perspective. The question that arises is if these systems are also energy-efficient with respect to their classical counterparts.
This research line focuses on the study of the physical resource cost of emerging quantum technologies, with the aim to develop quantum devices minimizing the required energetic costs and possibly surpassing the ones of standard computation. This focus on energy studies is becoming crucial, especially in the current stage of quantum technologies progressing towards practical applications. Balancing the immense potential of quantum capabilities with the need for sustainable, energy-efficient solutions is pivotal for their integration into our technological landscape